Police investigate New Year's homicide & stabbing
2013 got off to a violent start in Toronto.
The city's first homicide happened before 5:00am Tuesday, outside a bar on Keele Street, south of Steeles Avenue.
A 22-year-old man was stabbed at least once.
He was driven to Humber River Regional Hospital by his friends but the victim died shortly after arriving.
Police have not released any details about the victim and have not made any arrests.
Earlier in the morning,
New Year's celebrations turned violent when a shooter opened fire on a car outside The Guvernment nightclub, near Jarvis Street and Queens Quay East.
Toronto Police say 5 shots rang out around 2:00am.
At least 3 bullets hit the car.
A man and woman drove themselves to St. Michael's Hospital after the shooting and were treated for gunshot wounds.
They are expected to recover.
Authorities have not identified the victims or provided details about a possible suspect.